School Facility Design Awarded To Florida Architecture, Design And Planning Firm

Orlando-- HuntonBrady Architects, an Orlando-based architecture, interior design and planning firm, is providing full architectural services for Killarney Elementary School, part of the Orange County Public Schools district in Orlando, Florida. The $10.5 million project consists of renovations of existing buildings and a new 40,000 square foot addition.

New construction at Killarney includes a food service building, administration building, two-story classroom building, play pavilion, staff and visitor parking, and bus loop. The new, contemporary building complements the existing school campus and brings notable upgrades in building design and technology. The school will remain in continuous operation during construction by locating the new addition within the boundaries of the existing sport/play fields, phasing construction and housing students in existing portables. The project is scheduled for completion in 2008.

HuntonBrady is working in association with Mateu Architecture of Florida.

HuntonBrady Architects, the Architect of Record, is a 60-year-old Central Florida architecture and interior design firm that provides award-winning design services to both public and private clients, including healthcare, education, commercial office and municipal projects.

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